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The Baron's Bounty (The Barons of the Cinque Ports Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Isabelle agrees to stand in for her cousin as a proxy to her betrothed , Lord Colin de Braose. Going by ship to meet him, the ship flounders, Conlin comes to her rescue and pulls her out before she drowns. As the two spend time together a mutual attraction arises. But with the Lord Colin actually engaged to Lady Caroline, Isabelle’s friend what can he do? Read to find out all the adventure the two go through to find their own happily ever after!
I really loved Isabel she took my heart from the beginning with her shoe addiction it was so cute it had me smiling throughout the times she just couldn't make up her mind and even when she hid them.
The plot with her knowing people by their walk and their shoes amazes me.
This book is highly recommended to get and read I couldn't put it down(except when I had to be at work) Elizabeth Rose is a talented storyteller once starting the first page you're hooked. You will be transported to the time that it evolves in and you're fussing with the hero to get off his ... and you will be surprised at the end...it sure surprised me.
Lord Conlin de Braose of Sandwich has made an alliance with Laird MacEwen to marry his daughter Lady Catherine. He's never met the woman, but she is known as the Shrew of the Scots which is something he didn't know at the time of the agreement. Conlin has a young daughter named Rose that is in need of a Mother and he needs the alliance to protect his lands.
On the day his betrothed comes to him, a storm sinks the ship and seeing this Conlin rushes out to sea himself to help. The bounty he pulls from the sea is a woman, Catherine's cousin and proxy Isobel MacEwen and her gaurd. The woman is beautiful, but to him seems a bit addled due to her infatuation with shoes. Isobel helps him make amends with his daughter and not only has his daughter fallen in love with Isobel so has he.
Can the Baron of the Cinque Ports keep his alliance to ensure the safety of his daughter and his people? Or will he risk everything just to be with Isobel?
Elizabeth Rose spins a superbly fantastic tale of love and life in Scotland and England during the middle ages. I enjoyed this book from the very beginning until the very end. I also loved the fact that Isobel loved shoes so much. This was a great book that I would highly recommend and it had the Elizabeth Rose stamp all over it as she has such a unique style of writing that is all her own.
Elizabeth Rose is a wonderful storyteller. In The Baron’s Bounty she blends romance, mystery, and adventure into a story that hold the readers attention from the first page to the last.
Additionally, the main characters cousin had two personalities- and it was a surprise to the main character- at the end of the tale. Really? Again- wouldn’t cousins, living together since childhood, see all sides, including a split personality- that like “Psycho” was opposite gender and a murder? Not consistent or believable.
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I recommend this book to anyone who likes passion, excitement and humor in the books they read.